yes running on Wayland everything starts focused as it should, however in my case wayland comes with a lot of issues.
That’s interesting to learn, on the other hand; Gnome is pushing Wayland as if it is the best invention since sliced bread, so your outcome isn’t that surprising when you think about it.
well give Wayland a good try over the weekend, and for me its just not ready.Or rather some of the software that I use on a regular bases just doesn’t with with wayland yet so its back to XOrg
I wonder if Fedora users really do have a smooth experience with Wayland, if I read the comments a lot of people write about it (including myself) it is far from ready.
Latest mutter update has fixed all these focus issues for me.
Yes, it got finally fixed, I can vouch for that too.
I’m still having issues with focus under Gnome 3.32 + Wayland. I open a terminal and I actually have to click on the terminal window before I can type in it.
Try it under Xorg, this must be a Wayland bug.
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